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Archive for September 18th, 2009

Saint or sinner can each tell,

Why a church is bone-dry.

And each can offer his reason,

As to the “where” and the “why.”

But it will take all

The sainthood we’re possessing,

To pray, and obey,

To bring down God’s rich blessing.

          – eab, 9/18/05

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A man may take the dark for light, but he canna take the light for darkness.

– George MacDonald, The Minister’s Restoration (Minneapolis: Bethany House Pub., 1988), 62.

 

The good minister, whose heart was the teacher of his head…

– George MacDonald, The Minister’s Restoration (Minneapolis: Bethany House Pub., 1988), 84.

 

God can wait foryer prayer better than you…

– George MacDonald, The Minister’s Restoration (Minneapolis: Bethany House Pub., 1988), 92.

 

Eternal spaces where there is no remembering and no forgetting.

– George MacDonald, The Minister’s Restoration (Minneapolis: Bethany House Pub., 1988), 120.

 

The Spirit, forever distinguishsed yet never divided from the Lord.  

– George MacDonald, The Minister’s Restoration (Minneapolis: Bethany House Pub., 1988), 187.

 

 

George MacDonald died this date, 9/18/1905, Scottish minister, novelist and poet who wrote  At the Back of the North Wind, The Baronet’s Song, The Golden Key, Salted with Fire.  He was born 12/10/1824.

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